Wulfgard: The Tomb of Ankhu

Deep in the deserts of Kemhet lies the resting place of Pharaoh Ankhu the Endless, an evil so powerful that the gods themselves sealed him away in a labyrinth. He wanders it as a cursed undead, a walking mummy, searching for his own still-beating heart. Now, the warlock Lord Tefnahkt the Red is seeking the lost tomb to unleash Ankhu’s power. One of Tefnahkt’s slaves, a man named Djedar Rath, may be the key to stopping him. Aided by the ancient order known as the Medjai, he must prevent Tefnahkt from freeing Ankhu and unleashing his wrath upon the world.

Inspired heavily by real-world ancient Egyptian and other mythologies – but with many original additions and elements – as well as the classic character-driven adventure genre that mixes aspects of action, thriller, and horror, with a tasteful sprinkling of levity, The Tomb of Ankhu is a tale of non-stop adventure and excitement that will leave you on the edge of your seat!


Deep in the southernmost deserts of Wulfgard lies the resting place of Pharaoh Ankhu the Endless, one of the greatest evils the land of Kemhet, or the world, has ever known. So terrible was his power that the gods themselves cursed him, sealing him away in an underground labyrinth. Ankhu rises with each darkening of the moon, a walking mummy, wandering this tomb in search of his own still-beating heart, without which he can never reach the afterlife.

Over untold ages, Ankhu’s tomb remained undiscovered, a secret protected always by the loyal Medjai, an order sworn to guard Kemhet from all threats. And now, a new threat has arisen: Lord Tefnahkt the Red, a powerful warlock, drives his cult and his many slaves to uncover Pharaoh Ankhu’s resting place and steal the mummy’s power.

While a small group of Medjai desperately work to stop Tefnahkt’s plans, one slave may become the key to putting an end to this evil once and for all: Djedar Rath. In a race against time, Djedar must lead the Medjai to prevent Tefnahkt from opening the tomb of Ankhu before the coming of the new moon, when the undead Pharaoh will awaken once more. For, if Ankhu escapes, the world will never survive his wrath.